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I have not chnaged the divider, and dont eben know how to!!!

Although, if someone oes, maybe I can chek that i havent. I cant seem to find it in the manual, or on google.

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post #12 of 34
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Originally Posted by socom58
Ok, so you've got 200 on the RAM, 800 (200x4) on HTT, and an 11x cpu multiplier for a final speed of 2.2GHz, correct? All looks OK, except I think the HTT multi should be at 5, since the stock HTT for a San Diego is 1000MHz. Unless you are OCing, then you want to keep it lower as to offset the increase in FSB and still equal 1000 (like 250x4 = 1000). Does that make sense? Oh, and I built my friend a comp with an A8N and while I did not change the divider, I'm 99.5% sure you can.

4x if he is going to over clock it. 5x200=1000, 4x250=1000, 3x333=999
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thats right

anyone any ideas as to CPU/11 phenomenon!!!!!
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Mine shows the same thing.

Its ALWAYS CPU over something, Right now its CPU/12
Meaning...

2800/12 = 233 which is my current speed of Memory


For example, your stock speed is 2200

2200/11 = 200 which is your stock memory speed...



I don't know why it just doesnt tell you the ratio like 1:1, 2:3 or whatever.
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Maybe since A64's have an integrated memory controller, it's listing FSB as CPU and the divider as the multiplier(11)? When you OC, perhaps it's finding what the theoretical multiplier would be, like you are running X times multi, but it doesn't see the FSB change (still listing as CPU) and instead jacks up the multi number so that stock FSB times listed multi (like 15) equals current speed. I don't know here - I'm just throwing stuff out
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Hey, that makes sense n19htmare! I kinda had it right, but backwards.
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post #17 of 34
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Originally Posted by n19htmare
Mine shows the same thing.

Its ALWAYS CPU over something, Right now its CPU/12
Meaning...

2800/12 = 233 which is my current speed of Memory


For example, your stock speed is 2200

2200/11 = 200 which is your stock memory speed...



I don't know why it just doesnt tell you the ratio like 1:1, 2:3 or whatever.

thank you.

that makes sense...

BUT...when i overclocked to 2700...it showed CPU/15. And my HTT was 270ish.

So 2700/15=180.

That does not add up.

please confirm
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post #18 of 34
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Originally Posted by socom58
Maybe since A64's have an integrated memory controller, it's listing FSB as CPU and the divider as the multiplier(11)? When you OC, perhaps it's finding what the theoretical multiplier would be, like you are running X times multi, but it doesn't see the FSB change (still listing as CPU) and instead jacks up the multi number so that stock FSB times listed multi (like 15) equals current speed. I don't know here - I'm just throwing stuff out
can you please explain...so confused...but i think you have hit the ehad on the nail

could you put it so stupid people like me understand

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Originally Posted by sham
thank you.

that makes sense...

BUT...when i overclocked to 2700...it showed CPU/15. And my HTT was 270ish.

So 2700/15=180.

That does not add up.

please confirm
But your HTT multiplier was set lower, correct? Perhaps it was reporting a pecentage of the final speed. Here's an example:

At HTT multi 5 (stock)
2200/11 = 200, so CPU/11
2700/11= 270, so also CPU/11

At HTT multi 4
2700/11 = 270 * 4/5 = 216
So it's like 2700/216 = 12.5, so CPU/13 (cuz I think it only does wholes in CPU-Z)

At HTT multi 3
2700/11=270 * 3/5 = 162
So, 2700/162 = CPU/17

I think that makes sense. So, reading between the lines, we get a 3.5 HTT multi at approximately CPU/15, which could be occuring if it is set to AUTO in BIOS.
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post #20 of 34
Sham...He was trying to say the samething i am. I think we were typing at the same time lol.

But look what you just did Sham.. seems to me like you lowered your multiplier to 10.
270HTTx10=2700

YOur stock would be 200x11 which is 2.2ghz

What I was showing is NOT the HTT but your Ram speed.

2700/15 = 180

Your ram is 180mhz, your htt is 270 meaning you're using a divider maybe around 133mhz?
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